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    Brink said:
    New Chrome 53.0.2785.113 released. See first post for more details. :)
    Thanks, just got it Shawn.
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  2. Posts : 17,838
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    Just got it as well.
    Running Chrome on Windows tablet, Firefox doesn't run worth a hoot on it for some reason!
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  3. Posts : 27,181
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    It just updated again:
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  4. Posts : 68,846
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    Thank you Cliff. First post updated. :)
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    Chrome: Stop future computers from cracking current encryption

    Interesting security information about the future of the Chrome browser:

    Google released a beta test version of its Chrome browser that attempts to keep your data secure even if today's uncrackable encryption becomes tomorrow's code-breaking cakewalk.
    The Chrome 54 beta gets the ability to encipher data sent to and from websites with a technology called CECPQ1. It "protects against future attacks using large quantum computers," Google said in a blog post Thursday.

    Google is pushing hard to keep people's data private, pushing encrypted web connections and paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to those who report sophisticated security problems. That causes heartburn for law enforcement and spies, but tech giants ramped up encryption efforts after former NSA contractor Edward Snowden revealed the extent of US government surveillance efforts.
    ​Chrome: Stop future computers from cracking current encryption - CNET

    Summary and motivation
    CECPQ1 is a post-quantum cipher suite: one that is designed to provide confidentiality even against an attacker who possesses a large quantum computer. It is a key-agreement algorithm plugged into TLS that combines X25519 and NewHope, a ring-learning-with-errors primitive. Even if NewHope turns out to be breakable, the X25519 key-agreement will ensure that it provides at least the security of our existing connections.

    This is only an experiment and will only be used on a small fraction of HTTPS connections between Chrome and Google. (Most connections between Chrome and Google will use QUIC, and we haven't integrated CECPQ1 into QUIC.)

    The aim is to a) provide the research community a target because it would be very useful to know whether the ring structure in R-LWE is a mistake sooner rather than later and b) to test the real-world impact on latency and compatibility with the larger handshake messages that any post-quantum scheme seems likely to need.

    For more background, see
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  6. Posts : 472
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit v1803 build 17133.73
       #76 had some issues this afternoon, page crashes with no known cause. However, it has stopped this behavior. No apparent update solved this. The issue was not cross browser applicable.

    Fix "Aw, Snap!" page crashes - Chrome Help
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    GregH said:
    Is Chrome offering and real benefits over Edge or I.E. Can't see the point of people installing a third browser on their PC's - unless they are trying to slow it down. What am I missing by staying away from Chrome vs. the two pre-installed browsers?

    Personally I don't like the way Chrome and Google Toolbar try and install themselves with other programs such as Adobe Acrobat. Tantamount to PUP and malware tactics. That alone makes me not want them on my PC.
    How about the fact edge doesnt even have extensions!!
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    Bright Eyes said:
    How about the fact edge doesnt even have extensions!!
    Extensions for Microsoft Edge - Microsoft Edge Development

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    Yes, true but not when that post was made. 11 months ago. :)
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  10. Posts : 17,838
    Windows 10

    If you're not liking the flatter UI design in the latest version of Google Chrome,
    (the icons have taken on a flatter look, tabs are larger with sharper corners, icons are thinner, the 'Hamburger' Menu has been changed to three dots and Incognito windows have a dark UI):

    Latest Google Chrome released for Windows-screenshot-1-.png

    if you prefer the previous look, then type about:flags in a blank tab and press Enter; press Ctrl+F and type material,
    change the highlighted entry in the screenshot from Default to Non-material and Relaunch the Browser.

    Latest Google Chrome released for Windows-screenshot-2-.png

    Latest Google Chrome released for Windows-screenshot-3-.png
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